Farewell to our project

We have got to the end of our two year project (which ended up being a three year project due to the health crisis) with a great icing: two extra physical mobilities (finally!), which have taken place over the summer: one in Hungary in July and one in Poland in August. Unfortunately not all countries have been able to send participants for several reasons, but the students who were lucky enough to get together had the chance to learn and enjoy themselves a lot. Here is proof:

Video of the mobility in Hungary ‘Make a change’, from 4-10 July 21.

Video of the Mobility in Poland ā€™Inclusion in practice’ from 9-12 August 21:

It’s time now to say farewell, sadly. But let’s not forget everything we’ve learnt. Here’s a visual summary of everything we’ve done over the project. It has been kindly prepared by our wonderful Hungarian coordinator, Kati Hevessi. We’ve worked very hard, haven’t we? šŸ˜‰

Also, here’s two end products we teachers have created:

  • Booklet on Good Practices on Citizenship and Entrepreneurship Education for Social Inclusion in Formal Education, download here.
  • Bank of Resources for Teachers on Social Entrepreneurship Education, download here.

We thank heartily all participating teachers and students which has made this incredible experience possible. We’ll keep in touch and continue with the important work of social inclusion and social change.

Dissemination materials for the mobility in Poland

Here you can see the dissemination materials for our LTT event in Chestochowa, Poland.

  • Informative leaflet:
New photo by Laura Moreno Egea / Google Photos

 

Ā Pdf version of the leaflet to print.

  • Video with details and activities of the mobility. Click here to watch.
  • Finally, on this website (bieganski.czest.pl/erasmus) you can also check the videos with the final products from the workshops on entrepreneurial skills during our mobility.

Preparing our next mobility to Poland

These past few weeks we have been very busy getting everything ready for our trip to Poland, where we will exchange our experiences with our European partners. Our next LTT activity in Poland is called “Local Social Entrepreneurs”.

There, we will analyze more in depth how we can develop our entrepreneurial skills. Every country will also share information from their research on local entrepreneurs.

Students from IES Pablo Picasso visiting NAIM association, which works with socially disadvantaged persons

Moreover, we will talk briefly about how the creation of our mini-companies is going.

Meeting of the Erasmus studentsā€™ group in IES Pablo Picasso, Malaga

It will be an exciting experience. We will keep you posted.